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  • [11] July 27, 2014 at 1:28pm

    We need to push Congress to stop sending money to Palestine. PERIOD. We are funding them and they are buying the rockets to fire into Israel. We are as guilty as Hamas.

  • [1] July 27, 2014 at 1:24pm

    Tuttle, would be one of the first that Hamas would kill or any other radical Muslim. He’s appears to be an atheist. They would give him a choice, convert or die. They actually think they are immune from them. That is deadly thinking.

  • [2] July 27, 2014 at 1:18pm

    Who the F cares Tuttle? You are one sad human being. Did your mommy desert you as a child? Is that why you hate so much. Dude, get some meds, please. You talk incoherently.

  • [9] July 27, 2014 at 1:15pm

    Oh Tuttle, you are so funny. Blame the Jews for the banking system. You are a riot. You’ve been so brainwashed, my sides are splitting from all the laughter.

    How about you get off your lazy a$$, make something of yourself by taking your meds, and join the real world. You live in such a fantasy world, Disney would be proud of you. You can’t blame others for your lack of ability. NOBODY OWES YOU ANYTHING. Ingrate.

    Hamas is too blame and you know it. If I fired missiles into your backyard or at your home, it would not be long before you took action, even retaliatory. So get off your high horse and sanctimonious attitude that Israel is to blame. Loser’s blame others, Winners persevere.

  • [9] July 27, 2014 at 1:05pm

    Actually I think it’s time for another Crusade and seek out the radical Islamic who wish to pick up a sword to slay anyone not of their faith. These people must be destroyed PERIOD.

    Having said this, Obama does not have the balls to do this because they are his people.

  • [4] July 5, 2014 at 2:23pm

    That phrase “that was mighty white of you” is a bigoted statement in my book. However, it can be taken a couple ways. That what you initially said was racist, bigoted or prejudice about another race and someone said “mighty white of you”. Or that what you did was not something a black person would do. It all depends on the context of when it is said. I think it’s a phrase that should be avoided in either case.

  • [17] July 5, 2014 at 2:05pm

    As a Christian I feel she was over the top with asking people not to take the Lord’s name in vain or discussing salvation in the place of a business. It is not the time, nor the place. I have no issue with her saying “Have a Blessed Day”.

    When the Bible says to profess the word of the Lord, it did not meant to go harass people. Let the people come to you. Plant yourself in one spot and talk of the gospel. That is how the disciples did it.

  • July 5, 2014 at 1:56pm

    I have no problem with her saying “have a blessed day”. I say “bless you” when my students sneeze. They have not complained. I do not think she should go any further than that. When you begin to question patrons on religious things, I think you do cross the line. If this were a Christian business, then it would not be out of line.

    I do think some Christians are too pushy. While I’m a Christian and sometimes get put off with their approach myself, I find the best way to get them to move along is to agree with them and say something in return.

    Should she be fired for saying “have a blessed day” only. NO If she continues with “harassing” patrons with her beliefs or imposing questions, YES.

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  • [22] July 5, 2014 at 1:37pm

    Somebody asked why only Catholics seem to get possessed. One reason is their devout religious convictions. The devil will go after those who are stronger in the faith and try to break them. That is his goal. Sometimes he wins. Why would he go after those who don’t believe?

    I know this somewhat 1st hand. For the first 50 years of my life I wasn’t very religious, but believed in God. I did not profess it as I do today. When I began reading the Bible and praying to God, my world became filled with challenges more than any other time in my life. Coincidence, possibly. However, I think there are evil forces making my life difficult on purpose so I will turn away from God and the belief in Christ.

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  • [41] July 5, 2014 at 1:29pm

    Except he makes no money off what he does for people, I guess reading comprehension is hard for you. I also doubt you are a lawman. I call you on that one. It is true he will make money from this movie, but so what. Why do you care? He is taking nothing from you? Only the ignorant like you do not believe there is evil in this world. Evil is all around in many forms. There is alot we do not know about this world nor understand and to think you do is not only idiotic, it very arrogant.

  • [9] June 28, 2014 at 12:45pm

    If he loses his temper here on something like this. Imagine his abuse on his girlfriend.

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  • [2] June 28, 2014 at 11:07am

    While I would never support or attend a gay gathering, they have a right to hold rally’s. I realize they aren’t in the U.S., but the fact that Singapore allowed this is amazing. I do fight against is them thinking I have to accept their immoral ways. That ain’t going to happen.

    Yes, some will be offended that this rally will happen, eventually they will get over it.

  • [14] June 14, 2014 at 11:06am

    Once those doors closed everyone is required to stay in their seats. And why the hell did not the mother take the children to the restroom prior to boarding. Sorry, I’m on the attendants side.

  • [9] June 14, 2014 at 11:04am

    I’m sorry I’m on the flight attendants side. This so called mother should have made the potty run before they boarded the flight. It is her fault the child peed her pants not the flight attendant.

    Once that plane is pushed back no one can leave their seat. Had the flight attendant let the mother/child get up and the plane had to make a sudden braking stop and they got hurt the airline would be at fault and could be sued.

    This mother should be mortified that she is such a bad mother.

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  • [2] June 8, 2014 at 1:42pm

    Who said taxpayers are paying for this and even if we were, it ‘s no different than me paying for an alcoholic or a drug addict going to reparative therapy for their addiction.

    Science is never exact and what is said today can be changed a year from now. How many times have science said coffee is bad for us or some other food. Sorry science is ever changing, so I don’t hold stock in what some scientist says to support his own personal agenda.

  • [2] June 8, 2014 at 1:36pm

    I will NOT CONFORM!

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  • June 8, 2014 at 1:34pm

    So you are against alcoholics seeking help, you are against sex addicts seeking help, or a drug addict seeking help. Those are ALL REPARATIVE THERAPY.

    I laugh at you, the ignorant one. Gays make a conscious decision to act on their sexual desires, just as the alcoholic takes a drink, the sex addict has sex with multiple people, and the drug addict shoots up.

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  • [5] June 8, 2014 at 1:29pm

    Frankly the name “reparative therapy” is the wrong name. What happens to gays who don’t want to be “gay”? Should they be denied help? Is LGBT community going to ostracize them because they don’t conform to their agenda? I think so.

    Let’s face it gays can be confused just as much as a straight person about their sexuality. Does not sex addicts seek “reparative therapy”? YES. So why should not gays? Aren’t you then denying gays equal rights? Why yes, yes you are. Liberals need to be careful on demonizing Republicans for this stance. It could backfire on them, like Bergdahl has.

  • [5] June 8, 2014 at 1:10pm

    We get called that regardless what we believe or support, so WHAT DIFFERENCE, AT THIS POINT, DOES IT MAKE?

    Except many white and black women also support the Republican platform somewhat. I’m more conservative and do disagree with many of the Republican stances, but I do feel gays should not be denied the ability to seek help should they choose to do so.

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  • [6] June 8, 2014 at 1:06pm

    You also seem to be stuck in the Old Testament. Try coming into the New Testament in your talking points.

    You can hear your bigoted tone by your statement, “the religious right”. It seems the only person allowed to think and have opinions is you. I support traditional marriage and will always support traditional marriage. Unfortunately, gays are not going away, so to some degree Christians will have to tolerate gays wanting to get hitched. I won’t call it marriage, as that is between one man, one woman. I don’t support it, but will tolerate it because I’m not a close minded person. I don’t believe people have to think like me or accept by beliefs as their own. Liberals think like that. It’s your way or the highway.
    I feel anyone, whether gay or straight should have the right to seek help in any form.

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